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Blue Foot Leucs anywhere ?
#1

Anybody else working with these?

I want to trade notes.

-Byron
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#2

I've never heard of those?
Can u post some pics?
Derek

1.5 kids and a bunch of frogs
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#3

The last ones sean stew brought in or the older imports?

-Field Smith
Some frogs...
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#4

I didn't think anyone had the older imports.

Not the best pic but only one I got at the moment.
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#5

Do you mean the green foot 1995 import?

Szczepan(Steve) - Pittsburg CA - ranitomeya variabilis "Highland", fantastica "True Nominal", Imitators "Varadero" & "Yurimaguas", Oophaga El Dorado.
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#6

I was always convinced my Leucs were the 1995 (green foot) import but never a 100% positive.

Szczepan(Steve) - Pittsburg CA - ranitomeya variabilis "Highland", fantastica "True Nominal", Imitators "Varadero" & "Yurimaguas", Oophaga El Dorado.
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#7

Very faint green here.

Szczepan(Steve) - Pittsburg CA - ranitomeya variabilis "Highland", fantastica "True Nominal", Imitators "Varadero" & "Yurimaguas", Oophaga El Dorado.
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#8

Here is the juv bluefoot 4 weeks oow
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#9

Armson Wrote:Here is the juv bluefoot 4 weeks oow


Wow, these are definitely blue, didn't know they exist :roll:

Szczepan(Steve) - Pittsburg CA - ranitomeya variabilis "Highland", fantastica "True Nominal", Imitators "Varadero" & "Yurimaguas", Oophaga El Dorado.
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#10

Don't let him fool y'all, those are his hybrids. He came over bragging about it lol j/k. Looks like now there is more than one breeder of blue foots in the US!! Wink Congrats man!!!
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#11

rcteem Wrote:Don't let him fool y'all, those are his hybrids. He came over bragging about it lol j/k. Looks like now there is more than one breeder of blue foots in the US!! Wink Congrats man!!!


haha, good stuff. Anyhow, I guess I'll downgrade mine back to Nominant "w/green feet". cheers

Szczepan(Steve) - Pittsburg CA - ranitomeya variabilis "Highland", fantastica "True Nominal", Imitators "Varadero" & "Yurimaguas", Oophaga El Dorado.
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